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22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...
Chris and Ed Johnson's threshing rig, Clement Township, Dickey County, N.D.
Threshing; Threshing machines; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Horses;
A man identified only as Uncle Charlie stands at center on a threshing rig belonging to Chris and Ed Johnson of Clement Township, N.D. A woman sits in a carriage nearby. One of the wagons is painted with...
Spring Valley German Band
Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Group portraits;
Members of the Spring Valley German Band pose for a portrait holding their instruments. Handwriting on the front of the photograph identifies one of the men as Uncle Jack Brown. It is not known which of...
These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...
War posters; Cornucopias; Fruit; Vegetables; Canning & preserving;
Poster promoting canning of fruits and vegetables. Pictures Uncle Sam holding a cornucopia filled with vegetables with canned fruits and vegetables in the foreground.
Follow the pied piper poster
War posters; Gardening; Boys; Girls;
U.S. School Garden recruiting poster depicting Uncle Sam as a "pied piper" leading children carrying gardening tools.
Parade of soldiers, Kintyre, N.D.
Soldiers; Parades & processions; Military uniforms; Military parades & ceremonies; Children; Boys; Girls; Flags; General stores;
Soldiers in uniform gather for a parade on a street in Kintyre, N.D. Behind them, children dressed in white clothes and hats carry flags. A boy is dressed as Uncle Sam. Next to the soldiers, a general...
Elks Parade, Minot, N.D.
Parades & processions; Clothing stores; Theaters; Clubs; Fourth of July celebrations;
Members of the Elks walk down Main Street during a parade in Minot. Cars and spectators line both sides of the street. Visible businesses include the Arcade Theatre, E.H. Boyer Clothier, and The Wardrobe....
Tom Thumb wedding, Wishek, N.D.
Weddings; Wedding clothing & dress;
Children from the Wishek school participate in a Tom Thumb wedding. The bride and groom wear fine clothes, and some of the girls carry flowers.
North Ward School, Bismarck, N.D.
Trees; Lawns; Schools; Postcards;
A color postcard view of the North Ward School or William Moore School in Bismarck. Many trees surround the school.
Elm Grove Lutheran Church, McCanna, N.D.
Lutheran churches; Fences; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Cemeteries; Steeples; Wooden churches;
A Lutheran church with a few grave markers visible in the foreground. A fence runs in front of the church.
Labor Day - our latest holiday postcard
Holidays; Turkeys; Infants; Presidents;
Various historical personages and animals parade with signs celebrating various holidays. A man leads the pack with a sign reading Labor Day, and he is followed by a turkey with a sign reading Thanksgiving,...
Nurses dressed as League of Nations countries in parade, Bismarck, N.D.
Nurses; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Horses;
Nurses dressed in white dresses wearing crowns bearing the names of League of Nations countries ride on a float in a parade, likely in Bismarck, N.D. A man in an Uncle Sam mask stands at the front of the...
Pouring out barrel of whiskey Langdon, N.D.
Whiskey; Prohibition; Barrels;
A group of men gather to pour out a barrel of whiskey in Landgon, N.D. One of the men is identified only as Uncle Henry.
Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Monango, N.D.
Banks; Signs (Notices);
Left side and front of bank building in Monango N.D. Large tree is up against left side of building and signage is leaning against tree and wall. Large bush is in front of window of bank and old sewing...
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